I'm having trouble decided between a T2 with a 70% scholarship (Hofsta) and a T3 (Quinnipiac) with a full ride.
Does the fact that Hofstra became a T2 this year make any difference? Especially when it just sneaks in to the t100? I can't imagine employers are sitting there watching the rankings and deciding to hire more Hofstra grads now that they snuck into T2 - I have to imagine there's more of a longer standing opinion that wouldn't fluctuate so quickly, but is that the case? I know there are other factors to consider, such as where I want to practice, but do you think I'll have that much of a tougher time finding a job out of Quinnipiac than I would at Hofstra? I'm still waiting on some T1 waitlists (mainly UConn), but I have to know that they probably won't pan out. I'm tempted to take the full ride because there's a small stipend with it ($1,500), but I don't want to sell myself short. It's hard for me to justify the debt for a Brooklyn Law School, so I think I'm ruling out those higher T2s, and I didn't get into any T1s I applied to, so this is the decision I'm looking at.